I have a 2013 Honda Civic LX. I started to feel a vibration when braking, so I bought new rotors and pads from Honda. After installing the rotors and pads, I put the car in reverse and used the brake I heard some loud metal knocking. Then I drove foreword and then when I used the brakes again, the same noise would happen. Every time I changed the wheel direction and pressed the brake I heard the metal noise. But only once until I change the steering wheel direction. Then, a few days after driving like that, my car started to vibrate again, plus a continuous metal clicking noise that started after I changed the rotors and pads.
I inspected the pads, rotors, and shims multiple times, but everything looks perfect. Tight and well lubed, but I cant understand the these 2 problems. Does anyone have an idea what the root cause of the noise and vibration might be?